Remedy serves cheffed-up comfort food like this grilled cheese. It's closing Dec. 31 in Dallas.

Remedy serves cheffed-up comfort food like this grilled cheese. It's closing Dec. 31 in Dallas.

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Modern Chinese-American restaurant with serious talent brings exciting change to lower Greenville

You've got until New Year's Eve to visit Remedy, a soda fountain, bar and restaurant on Dallas' popular Greenville Avenue. It's closing Dec. 31 and will reopen as an American-Chinese restaurant.

Founder Elias Pope, who also operates neighboring HG Sply Co., says the company will expand the space currently occupied by Remedy.

This change comes as a surprise: Remedy was regularly busy at peak hours. And it is located on one of Dallas' most exciting restaurant blocks, Lowest Greenville.

The bartenders at Remedy make their own sodas.

The bartenders at Remedy make their own sodas.

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In a January 2016 review, Dallas Morning News dining critic Leslie Brenner gave it three stars, saying "It has been a great pleasure to track the progress chef Danyele McPherson and her team have made at Remedy over the past year." (The restaurant received a two-star rating the year prior.)

McPherson will not be the executive chef at the new restaurant; she'll be the culinary director and former Victor Tangos chef Kirstyn Brewer will run the new restaurant's kitchen.

The new restaurant is expected to open in spring or summer 2017. Find details here.

Remedy is located at 2010 Greenville Ave., Suite B, Dallas. More to come on the new restaurant taking its place.

Take a look inside Remedy:

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